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Service providers and users are protected from prosecution, but the sale, purchase, and possession of illegal substances remains a criminal offence 

New Zealand has become the first country in the world to fully legalise recreational drug checking, marking a major victory for those advocating substance tests...

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A new report from London Assembly's Health Committee has recommended the widespread use of drug checking services in clubs.


Published on 17th March, 'Reducing Drug...

UK’s first regular drug checking service set to launch this month in Bristol

The UK's first regular drug checking service is launching in Bristol this month, delivered by non-profit harm reduction specialists The Loop in a new partnership...

A few points of order...

In the light of last week's announcements regarding irregular voting methods in the Top 100 DJs poll we would like to clarify a few points...

Clubbers in Brighton and Hove had their nights ruined recently, after police launched an operation involving 'voluntary' drug tests.

Clubbers in Brighton and Hove had their nights ruined recently, after police launched an operation involving 'voluntary' drug tests.

Police used Ion tracking devices that...

Are clubs doing enough to combat dodgy drugs?

As The Warehouse Project unroll plans for drugs testing at Victoria Warehouse following a fatality at the club, we ask: are clubs doing enough to protect clubbers from dodgy drugs?

Cops set to step up their anti-drug driving campaign by targeting clubbers.

Clubbers who get behind the wheel after a night taking drugs could soon find themselves being targeted by traffic cops.

Police in Australia have started...

The alleged incidents took place between 2013 and 2015

Ticketmaster has been fined $10million for hacking a competitor between 2013 and 2015, according to a formal report from the US Department of Justice [DOJ]...

Poll to be extended by 24 hours

We have just managed to foil a malicious attempt to sabotage the final day of voting in this year's Top 100 DJs poll. Hackers, wishing...

These guys make Fear and Loathing look tame...

Police have reportedly busted a massive drug dealing operation at Bonnaroo festival, which took place last weekend (9th June-12th June) at Great Stage Park in...

Normally taking place annually in November, the GDS has launched a COVID19 focused survey relating to the impact of Coronavirus on mental health, relationships, and...

The Global Drugs Survey (GDS) has launched a special edition relating to the impact of Coronavirus on mental health, relationships, and the consumption of alcohol...

Detroit's Jimmy Edgar is an exciting producer and DJ that's pushing the boundaries of electronic and pop music. DJmag.com chatted to him about sex, drugs...


It's a difficult line to tread – to experiment with sounds and push electronic music boundaries on a pop record.

But Detroit's 22-year-old electronic music...

Three drum machines in one!


If the numbers 606, 707, 808 and 909 get your studio grin on, then hop on over to audiorealism.se and check out the preview for...

One DJ removed as of today (3rd August, 2012)...

 

DJ Mag’s  Top 100 DJs poll is widely regarded as the definitive annual dance music poll by music fans, promoters and industry figures the...

The survey launches today and we’ll be helping amplify the results relating to clubs and festivals next year

DJ Mag has partnered with the Global Drug Survey (GDS), the world’s largest independent drugs survey, to magnify data relating to the night-time industries. The...